Things to do after Enrolling

1.Things to do within one month after enrollment

The following is a list of things to do within one month after enrollment.
Details will be sent to non-degree students prior to their arrival in Japan.

Office for To-do list by office Other
Academic Affairs Office Student Support
Division
Global Partnerships and Education
Undergraduate students Complete course registration, receive student ID  and
submit personal data sheet
Apply for
exemption from
admission
and/or tuition
fees
Present passport or Residence
Card
Pay admission and tuition
fees
Master’s students Complete course registration, receive student ID  and
submit personal data sheet
Apply for
exemption from
admission and/or
tuition fees
Present passport
or Residence
Card
Pay admission and tuition
fees
Doctoral students Complete course registration, receive student ID  and
submit personal data sheet
Apply for
exemption from
admission
and/or tuition
fees
Present passport
or Residence
Card
Pay admission and tuition
fees
Exchange students Receive Student ID and  submit personal data sheet   Present passport or Residence
Card
 
Research students,
Undergraduate research students

Graduate research students

(Master’s course)

(Doctoral course)
Receive student ID and  submit personal data
sheet 
  Present passport or Residence
Card
Pay admission and tuition
fees
Japanese studies students Receive student ID and complete course registration   Present passport
or Residence
Card

 

2.Using University Computers

Approximately 1,000 personal computers are installed for educational use at various locations throughout the university. They are administered by the Center for Information Technology and Management and can be used freely by students of an undergraduate or graduate course at Okayama University without having to undertake any usage registration procedures. Students must input their personal user ID and password in order to log on to these computers. A password notification form will be distributed to newly entering students at the orientation, following the school entrance ceremony. Research students and exchange students need to apply individually for an ID and password at the Center for Information Technology and Management. Please check the link below for further details.

3.Cafeteria/Store (operated by the University Co-op)

The Okayama University Tsushima campus has cafeterias and a restaurant offering meals for lower prices than restaurants or coffee shops located off campus. The Campus store (the University Co-op) is a consumer co-operative that sells textbooks, dictionaries, books, stationery, computers and other products useful for university life (the University Co-op membership costs 4,000 yen, and is refunded upon graduation).

The Okayama University Shikata campus has many restaurants, bookstores and other stores on and off campus.

※The University Co-op offers Halal Food on both campuses.

Name Hours Features
Muscat Cafeteria
(2F/3F)
Weekdays: 10:00-22:00
Weekends & Holidays:
11:00-20:00
Self-serve cafeteria
Peach Cafeteria
(2F/3F)
Weekdays: 8:00-18:30 (2F)
Weekends & Holidays: 11:00-14:00 (2F)
Weekdays: 11:00-13:30 (3F)
Weekends & Holidays: Closed (3F)
Self-serve cafeteria
Peach Union
Muscat Union
Pine Union
Mon-Fri: 10:00-18:00
Weekends & Holidays: Closed
Supports students by offering food and various items essential for daily life, stationary and books (including
textbooks), as well as computers and
electronic dictionaries. It also processes applications for driving schools and accepts travel reservations. By becoming a University Co-op member, you can receive a discount when buying books. (A membership fee is charged.)